I am trying to cut my workout schedule from 5 days a week to 4. I think I will put bi's and tr's with other body part days. My question is this. Would it be more benificial to put bi's with shoulders and tri's with back? I think I would rather train my bi's and tri's when they are stronger as opposed to warn down?
I train my bi's with my chest and my tri's with my shoulders. Works for me.
Try doing chest and tris together and back and bis together.
I just tried doing bi's with my back and I found them to be weak which I didn't like.
If you really want to get the most out of those muscles, I wouldn't do either with back. Back training is and should be brutal. If you wanted to add something after back I would do either abs or calves. You should also train your grip with back, unless you have a vise-like grip.
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Yeah I agree lat, I think next week I will try them with shoulders and tri's with chest.
Vox I used to do back and bi's and chest and tri's and I always felt the second muscle group sufered due to the stress from the first...
I then moved no to a shoulders and arm workout and it felt good..
I have since mvoed back to my original b/b and c/t split and as I have cut down volume things are going great..
I feel that putting them together is more beneficial for recovery purposes..